Wolvesey House Bed & Breakfast
and Tandem Tea Room
Brighstone, Isle of Wight

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About Brighstone

Located on the south west coast, half way between Ventnor & Freshwater. Enjoy a wide radius of activities starting from the doorstep of the Bed & Breakfast for a great choice of walks and cycle routes surfing, fishing lakes , capturing strolls around meandering Village rivers or walks in a forest (Follow the War Horse - Warrior trail) to long stunning scenic cliff edge walks or hike over the moors.

Less than 1 mile to the Jurassic coast where Dinosaur Fossils hunting is a prominent, there is a choice of rustic beaches to choose from overlooking the English Channel. Great cycle routes for the both the casual cyclist and the fit and hardy, plenty of stop of points to enjoy before making your way back to Brighstone.

Wolvesey House is situated opposite an 800 year old church, St Mary's, which is open to visitors to view its lovely exposed stonework. Other nearby facilities within minutes of each other include a friendly family run Village Shop providing a full range of products and post office. The Three Bishops Pub serves food throughout the day and evening both indoors and outdoors, and a must visit for a fabulous card selection and lovely gifts is the enchanting Blue Bells gift shop.
St Marys Church Brighstone Views Views

About the Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight is located just of the south coast of England, around 2 hours from London, measuring 23 miles by 13, filled with pituresque towns & beaches and steeped in history. It is the perfect holiday destination all year round for all the family.

There is plenty to do on the Island with added events throughout the year. From Osborne House, which once was the residence seaside home of Queen Victoria, home to some of the UK's National Trust attractions Bembridge Windmill, The Needles Old Batteryand Mottitstone Gardens. The World's famous chalk stacks known as the Needles where you can ride on the chair lift along with coloured chalk cliffs. Why not visit the Garlic Farm - one of the UK's largest garlic produce or visit Ventnor Botanical Gardens - The garden's unusual climate is more akin to the Mediterranean and is home to over 6,000 species of rare plants and trees.